Lately, we've seen people ditching traditional shooters for scrumptious shot glasses made out of delectable desserts and even bite-sized breakfast foods.
If the thought of knocking back some bacon-and-egg shooters was enough to make you drool, you might want to brace yourself.
We just found another insane shot you can add to your boozy breakfast bar lineup.
Behold, Cinnamon Roll Shot Glasses.
Yep, say "goodbye" to your days of chasing shots with limes. Now, you can slam back a shot of the good stuff and finish it off by eating the damn glass, too.
Created by the clever foodie behind the blog Oh, Bite It!, these sweet shooters swap out the normal glasses for some fluffy, cinnamon-roll cups decked out in icing and filled to the brim with Baileys.
If that's not enough to bring tears of joy to your eyes, you'll be glad to know you can make these bad boys right in your own kitchen because Oh, Bite It! was nice enough to dish out the details on this glorious recipe.
Take a look at the pictures below to see how you can get seriously lit with these amazing shooters.
If you thought cinnamon rolls were pretty damn amazing on their own, you're in for a real treat.
You can now turn up with your favorite sweets because Cinnamon Roll Shot Glasses are real, and they look delicious AF.
These shots ditch the normal glasses for delectable cinnamon-roll cups smothered in gooey icing and filled with Baileys.
To make them, you'll need some shot glasses, a container of cinnamon rolls, non-stick cooking spray, cinnamon for sprinkling and Baileys, of course!
First, spray the inside of the shot glasses with cooking spray.
Then, cut the cinnamon rolls in half, roll them into balls and press the dough balls down into the glasses.
Pop these bad boys in the oven until they're baked to fluffy, golden perfection. As soon as you take them out of the oven, press the inside of the rolls down with a similar-sized handle to create the shot-glass shape.
Once they cooled completely, remove the cinnamon rolls from the shot glasses.
Then, warm the icing up in a bowl and dunk the rims of your shot glasses in frosting...
Let the icing set for a few minutes...
Fill your glasses up with Baileys...
Sprinkle some extra cinnamon on top for good measure...
...and get ready to slam back the tastiest shots on the face of the Earth. Cheers!